Construction is now underway at the Brickell site where a 54-story, 632-unit residential tower is planned.
The developer filed a Notice of Commencement on August 26, and construction equipment is now at the property.
According to the filing last week, test piling is now underway.
Also now underway is construction of a new seawall, select demolition of an existing seawall, demolition of buildings, tree removal, clearing & grubbing, and installation of temporary water & electric to support construction, the filing states.
An affiliate of Michael Dell’s MSD Partners is listed as the lender on the notice. G.T. Construction and Development is listed as the contractor.
The document was signed by developer Meyer Chetrit.
Miami Building Department records show that a construction permit to build a 643-foot tower is still being reviewed.
The tower is the first of a five-phase project that will eventually include 1,678 residential units, 330 hotel rooms, 196,882-square-feet of retail space, and 98,040-square-feet of office space.